The panfish bite continues to persist on the upper Pocomoke. We've noticed the yellow perch moving farther up the river and crappie becoming more active. The Sea Hawk double jig rig continues to be the most consistent arrow in the quiver with pink/ chartreuse and orange/chartreuse colors putting fillets on the dinner table. I've been finding most fish around deeper holes ( not in them) during the last of the ebb tide. The pickerel action has been great as well with more citation fish boated this week. We been using the same tactics that proved productive on the panfish on these toothy adversaries. The Nanticoke to the Manokin have been producing good numbers of black perch on bloodworms. This weekend looks good so get out and get'em!